Several more file for Trigg County public offices
by Franklin Clark, Reporter -- fclark@cadizrecord.com
Nov 20, 2013 | 93 93 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Donovan Washer, who had earlier filed to run for Trigg County Clerk, officially spoke about his decision, calling it a “several-year process.”

Washer said he has “extensively worked” with the Trigg County Clerk’s Office with regard to elections since 2004. He believes he “can quickly adapt to new software changes affecting the Clerk’s office,” and praises the current staff.

He went on to say that he has received much advice from his aunt Wanda Thomas, who was Trigg County Clerk before retiring in 2012. Dorris McGill has been in that position since March 2012 but will not fun for a full term. He will face off against Carmen Finley in next year’s election.

Meanwhile, more people have officially filed to run for offices in Trigg County.

Last week, District Four Magistrate Jeff Broadbent (D) became the first candidate to file to run for a seat on the Trigg County Fiscal Court. On Monday, he was followed by District Seven Magistrate Donnie Tyler (D).

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